Kerala tour 6 Nights 7 Day Packages

Kerala, popularly known as the “Queen of the Malabar Coast,” is one of the country’s most beautiful and captivating tourist landmarks. This scenic getaway throws a magical incantation on all its guests, graced by the mesmerizing appeal of the Arabian Sea, safeguarded by the tall Western Ghats, dotted with various lagoons, and connected by a chain of canals! Kerala, also known as “God’s Own Country,” is known for its grandeur and diverse tourism. This gorgeous tourist attraction is a year-round resort with a pleasant and heart-warming temperature.
The magnificent beauty of the location brings you to a world of lush greenery and peaceful lakes. The very thought of these destinations, from Cochin to Munnar, to Thekkady, evokes images of swaying palm trees, crystal-clear lakes, magnificent beaches, and a trip on beautiful houseboats. Our package for Kerala Tour of 5 nights and 6 days allows you to forget everything and fall in love with the beauty of nature.

Day 01: Delhi -Trivandrum- kovalam (overnight)

Trivandrum, the capital city if Kerala is known for its Colonial style architecture, and illustrious art galleries.
Your sightseeing tour of Trivandrum includes visits to places like Padmanabha Swamy temple, Veli Tourist Village, Museum Complex, Science & Technology Museum, Shankumugham Beach, and Akkulam boat club.
After exploring the city of Trivandrum, head back to Kovalam for an overnight stay.

Day 02: Kovalam(100 Kms/02:30 Hrs.)

Kovalam is a famous beach town in Kerala known for its palm lined sandy beaches. Upon reaching Kovalam, explore its popular attractions, and then check in to your allotted hotel for an overnight stay near the beach.

Day 03: Kovalam-Alleppey (160 Kms /04:30 Hrs. )

Alleppey is one of the best places to visit near Athirapally where travelers get a chance to sail over the famous backwaters of Kerala.
These Athirapally tour packages also arrange for an overnight stay in a premium houseboat for an overnight stay in Alleppey.

Day 04: Alleppey-Thekkady (150 Kms /04:30 Hrs.)

Periyar National Park After a picturesque drive reach Periyar National Park – one of the best jungles in South India. On arrival, check in at your hotel. Day free to participate in different activities. Stay overnight at your resort/hotel.

Day 05: Thekkady-Munnar (110 Kms /03:30 Hrs.)

Munnar Hill Station After breakfast, spend the day in local sightseeing in Munnar. Munnar drives its name from the confluence of three mountain streams – Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundale. Close by is the Echo Point, which offers you a panoramic view and the thrill of hearing your voice echo. Popular sightseeing spots in Munnar that can be visited also include Poopara, Pothanmedu, Mattupetty Indo Swiss Project, Eravikulam Park. Overnight stay at the resort/hotel in Munnar
Munnar Hill Station Morning after breakfast, proceed for a tour of Kochi/Cochin. Explore the heritage sites of Fort Kochi. You can shop for antiques and spices. You will start your tour from the St. Francis Church- the oldest church in India and explore the imposing Santa Cruz basilica built by the Portuguese. It will be fun to observe the iconic and still-in-use Chinese fishing nets and even try using them yourself. Stroll past the shops along Jew Street shopping for antiques & spices and also visit the Jewish Synagogue and the Dutch Palace. You will notice that the heritage zone of the city is amazingly well preserved. Later proceed towards Munnar, undoubtedly one among the most famous destinations of Kerala. Enjoy your days in sprawling tea plantations, pristine valleys .

Day 06: Munnar-Cochin (130 Kms/ 04 Hrs.)

Cochin Spice Market You will be welcomed and assisted at Cochin airport and later transferred to your hotel to check in. Kochi is a vibrant city situated on the south-west coast of the Indian peninsula in the breathtakingly scenic and prosperous state of Kerala, hailed as ‘God’s Own Country’. Its strategic importance over the centuries is underlined by the sobriquet Queen of the Arabian Sea. Informally, Cochin is also referred to as the Gateway to Kerala. Remaining time is at leisure till next morning or if time allows, you may enjoy the 17th century art form (optional tour) i.e. Kathakali Dance at one of the popular cultural centers in Fort Kochi. Kathakali is an ancient classical dance form of Kerala. It is a combination of drama, dance, music and ritual. You may also watch the extensive make-up process and then enjoy a story telling in Kerala style in the performance. Stay overnight at hotel.

Day 07: Cochin -delhi

cochin International Airport At appropriate time checkout and you will be transferred straight to Delhi International airport for your flight back home with sweet and unforgettable memories

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